Jan. 17 – Two newly launched markets in Queens and Brooklyn offer vendors a home. Read more.
Jan. 7 – The closing of the venerable Aqueduct Flea Market has left 1,100 vendors homeless. Read more.
Dec. 20 – The largest mall in Newfoundland, Canada, puts brick-and-mortar profits above funding for needy children. Read more.
Nov. 24 – But the option of relocating the vendors to a new venue remains a possibility, according to the Queens borough president. Read more.
Nov. 19 – In Tennessee and California, swap meet folk are struggling to save their markets as local governments strive to evict them. Read more.
Nov. 18 – Hawaii Tax Department’s Special Enforcement Unit has been auditing and fining vendors at markets and swap meets. Read more.
Oct. 18 – Bureaucrats in Belleville cut off funding for nonprofit soup kitchen without warning or explanation. Read more.
Oct. 13 – Owner Joe Crowder says he’s using bankruptcy to get better terms on his rent. Read more.
Oct. 8 – Entrepreneur David Wright is opening two locations as he closes a third. Read more.
Sept. 16 – The Shelby Farms Flea Market has disappeared, but in its place, the Memphis Big One Flea Market is thriving. Read more.